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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 September 1913

Queen Bakery . Coolgardie. LANKASTER BROS, and ELDRIDGE, BAKERS, Etc BREAD AT LOWEST RATES, Daily Delivery to Customers   New Laid Eggs. Best Brands of Butter on Hand.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 September 1913

BLACK BROS.,       Old Established Butchers,   BAYLEY STREET.         BEST BEEF AND MUTTON IN TOWN. TELEPHONE 25         _____________________________             Coolgardie Meat Supply.     _________________                   TRENAMAN & TREVETT.     Only the Primcst Stocked. Give us a Trial.       Telephone, 8.     Peter Roberts, For DAIRY PRODUCE.       New Laid Eggs. Best Butter, etc, Everything of the Primest Quality.       CUSTOMERS W...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINER ACCOUNTS [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 September 1913

    MINER ACCOUNTS All accounts due by me should be sent to Mr C. B. Moor or this office and accounts due to me must be only paid to him or at this office. A.M. McIntyre  

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 September 1913

"LINSEED COMPOUND" for coughs ana colds. Of proven efficiency for chest complaints.              

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Trust the People [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 September 1913

Trust the People.   The natural and unforced solution of the problem would be to trust the people, i.e., hold over the matter until     the electors themselves can pronounce upon it. We have already suffered nearly two months of the interdict. Two or three months more would not make much difference. But this course would so burst up existing parties that   no one could possibly predict the re-   sult. Hence the unwillingness to re-     sort to it, simple and conclusive as it     seems to be.       That Troublesome North.   Professor Baldwin Spencer, who was   a member of a Commonwealth Com-   mission to inquire into the possibility   of settling the Northern Territory, is     as sanguine as if he were personally     responsibe ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Two Voices. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 September 1913

Two Voices. To thoroughly undierstand the situa-     tion it is necessary to remember that Government officials are speaking with two voices. Dr. Paton and Dr. Cump-   ston, the leading medical authorities of the State and of the Commonwealth respectively, affirm that vaccination is an absolute protection against small- pox, and that it is the only protection so that the epidemic of the slight "rash" which, for the purposes of the vaccination flurry is called ''small pox," must inexorably continue "until   everybody is vaccinated." There is no instance on record, by the way, of vac- cination ever having been made really universal in any country in the world. Where it is most rigorously enforced, the officials are loudest in lamenting the number of wilful defaulters, and, in addition, there are the weak and   sickly, to whom vaccination would, in all probability, bring a sentence of death. Our outlook, according to &...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 September 1913

H A N L E Y and Q U I L T Y         =====================================                         (SUCCESSORS TO BUTCHER & UHR, Ltd.).               P r e m i e r B u t c h e r s _____________________________________         Wholesale and Retail. Carts Call Anywhere and Every - where. ' 'Pkone '82, Coolgardie.       OUR MOTTO— Highest Quality, Lowest Prices.   Having Installed an up-to-date Refrigeratiug Plant, we are prepared to accept for Storage any Perishable Produce. Lowest Rates on Application.   ________________________________________________   &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

NEW & SECONDHAND N OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. PLANTS RECEN-TLTf SUPPLIED TO - Bullfinch Proprietary Mine. ,'..;- Corinthian North Mine. . Edna May Mine Kyarra Gold Mine. Royal Standard Gold Ttfine. , Great Victorious Mine, Ora Banda, Etc., Etc. ' ' ^ CASH. OR TERMS. OOUllKSPO^DENCE INVITED. The- Westralian- Machiaery Corporation Ltd.. ' ' B.)ULI)ER KO.VD. KALCJOOKLIE.1 0 ,, .. ^_ __ ___ . . . t . ? ' Putttshed. Every' Saturday. : 'News of Qoolgardie :isnl - - ? ? ' ' . Surrounding Dislricr.s. ' '? '' ' ' ' ' i *.' - ? ? ? - JOll)JliXll_ ? ' ' ' ^T ? ' '«'»ii'n.ijintr-BUi- ? ... . -'? - ,. .AXj)\J= ? l_ ? „ ''? - ^initi»; [? . ? - ? i ? ., ., .I.,.,,. ,.. ,..,n '~ : ' ; ? C WilFbe 'kk cliie^Fea'ture.' : ? ? v ?? \' ??:'r~^'T*''. ., ? -- ' Help your Distncl: by giippor.tmp; a Paper -that is- 'being - publisliedj'cif ilio purpose of lielpiiig' the Old ' Fieldjg . , along. ' . .*-._..? A M Jiol-.NTVBE/ Prtp'ri-::or Burbanks Store j ? -., .. ./. ?? , ? - - ? (ESTABLISHED 1,893). . tl^...

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ONE OF THE EVERLASTING HILLS [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

ONE ' OF TUB -EVERLASTING ' x '' HILLS. ? Nor have 1 ,ever shone as, a hunts man.. _Nor 'Uo.,.1 think I w^il ever go m for mountain-climbing as a steady thing, having tried it. I was, induced to scale a mountain in the North. It, ,was one of, those .mountains that from a ,distaiiee,look smooth and geu tlo of, ascent, but turn, out to be rugged and^scamy, and full of. rucks with sharp corners on them at about the height of the average, human knee or shin. After we had climbed upward at an acute angle Jrov- several thousand miles — my companion, said yards but 1 kuew better; it -vas miles — J threw myself [jrohe upon, the, softer. ^ surf ace oi' a large rilab p,i\rpck feeling cnat T coald, go no further. 1( also. Avished .to have plenty of room ,in w.hich^.to p.anf. lie could bpat n»r»4 climbing, hut ai piu1! jing I had him lic'Ke.d; lp_ a whisper, lie was, a .perspn without i.syu:paihy. (rnj his '.bosom the 'niilk ^of human kind nesa had' turned to cheese. Jfc stood there and Iangoed...

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CAMPING OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

\ t . CAMPINa.,: uUT. . .Camping: is. ^highly spoken -oi1, Jin-l 1 have tried. campj.ng a numboi\ cl limeti. When,l go..c.amphig Jt riin^. Jt be gins to rainjwh.c-n. I start,, ii.id'it. keep's ?m Kuuing until I como ]':i-,'.c. .It ic\or t'ails!',! haye . yftcn thn.i«.jlit thai: irought^.sufL'erers, in .varioja. j.-iiis-of Lh^ country who seek 'o .ijtui-iL i.-tiu ii dry r'pellsi make, i !i:istii:io. 'Tl.ty. vvy tVo old-fashioni'd vmy ? i'» '.r-iyin^ t'or itj^or the,, ntw avio-anii1.*. way -of -, shooting dysidmite bombs .on and .try .?g,to bla^t it. out ot the^ heavens; when, as, a .iiatter. of, fact,, the best plan would.be to, send, for me-andiget-j m© to go camping -in the arid district. It; would then rain copiously and with- , out cessation. ..... ?. . . ? .- : It. is a fine Tiling tc lal'u al-oat the j.ierfumed ??al. r--.;!:fv.l.'l)e(j k-: balsam 'oodghs, aiuli the ciackJe. of., tha camp fire at dus.k,; :uid the .ijip ,-in.the ~mir-,- ^ rorcd bosouij of^.ihe .pqllueid.Jake at '...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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EXCITING RESCUE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

EXCITING- ESSCUE. Particulars of an exciting- rescue during a storm in Eastern seas has been brought to Sydney by an ocean liner. When all the passengers of :-n incoming- liner were1 straining their eyes landwards, attention was drawn to what looked liKe a raft with men on it. As the ship drew nearer the~ object resolved itself into a native lighter, and it was evident that the eight men on board were in dire dis tress. The frail craft was riding the waves well enough; but its occupants were making frantic signals for assis tance, which were im_ediateily respond ed tp, although a rescue with such a sea running was no easy matter. After one or two failures the lighter got alongside, and the natives swarmed Up a rope ladder on to the deck. They were in an exhausted condition, and ate food ravenoasly. Their story was that for four days and night they had been in| the open sea without food or drink, their boat having been washed away from Cuttack during a storm.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN EXHILARATING SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

AN EXIiniAJJATJN^ SPORT. ' -At .sport 'L.-im no anore than aii inno cent bystander. - One tinio 'or/'another' ;E.have, tried many of 'our.natioual di versions, aud have found that, those which tare not .strenuous - enough arc entirely t.oo .strenuous j for a. peison of fairly settled habits. Tfc i5 'much easier- to look on and less -fatiguing Ho' the system. I find that the best re sults along sporting lines are attained by taking a comfortable, seat- in Llie grand stand, lighting a good cigar', and leaning back and lotting somebody else do the heavy work. Beading .aboub ir is alcio a- very oood way. ?' Take' fishing, now, for example. What -can -be more delightful on' a bright,, pleasant afternoon,, when the wind is1 exactly i:i the right' quarter, i han to take up a' standard ?iwTu-jc on fishing, wiilten by some gifted travel ling passsngar agent, and with1 him. to snatch -the elusive finny tribe out oi their 'native element. In literature fishing is indeed an exhilarating s^ort: ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Warning to Cyclists and Drivers of Vehicles [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

Warning to Cyclists and Drivers of Vehicles We have been asked to kindly not ify the publie of Coolgardie and dis trict that it is the intention of the authorities in the future to punish of fenders of the bye-law relating to the riding or driving of vehicles without a light after the regnlation time. This enforement will be atrictly adhered to in or out of the town boundaries.

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FISH THAT I HAVE NEVER MET. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

FISH THAT I HAVE 2fEV.BR. MET. If, on the other- hand, ,1^ am being guided by an experienced angler it has been my observation that he invari ably takes Tne ta a spot where the fish bit greedily ? esterday ana will bite avariciously to-morrow, but, owing to a series of '.iiiavoidable circumstances, arcs doing very little in the biting line to-day. . Or if by any chance 'they dhoifld be bitiag the;* at once contract ra intonse '-a version for my goods. Others may catch them asl freely a? t'.iv* iv.ca,sle3, but toward me fish are H?,-cr what yci v.'ould call infection* r'iti one of those immunes.- Or else :ise p;i£,o:i In charge forgets^to bring any ] :;5' ;,!'.ifj. This frequently hap \.e. s vli:' : nni injthe party. Cno l,u- ~.;r:n& last summer we went .f.V.;njj_i.i (-'o viver,a and we travelled -.?:! ?£ a..d -iiios to reach the fishing tcui;1. \'V found the water there .? i ' v j v.-i : li ? ? '.' sh, and anchored where v* y vr^-ic rl.u-kest; and then the per .?n\ '.v'.fo' ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Coolgardie Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

Goolgardie PoIig© Court On Tuesday last (before Messrs D. Maopherson and J. Kay Hall, J.'sP.}, J.ack DeG-racie and Paul Paul were each fined 5s and 2s costs for being on licensed premises after the usual hours. A case was also heard in which the licensee of the Exchange Hotel (M. Bonny) pleaded not guilty to having persons other than bona fide travellers on his premises after hours. Defendant, who had the services of Mr E. Tindal to defend, him, stated that lie did not serve any drink after 11 Oodock on the night of the 12th inst , and although Mr Tindal stated a case in which a defendant was proven not guilty apparently under the same charge, the 'bench could not hold with his views, and defendant was fined £5 with 4s costs.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A PROMISING CENTRE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

V .V- . ii #J I A PROMISING vtiJNl'BB. (By 'Spinifex.') - Mr. J. E. Davks, the-jininiag c\nert, has, on . behalf of Mr. Georop, bean examining the mica depo-sils ua .Vit., Morrissey, on the Gascoyne lOi-.'i-r. The deposits in -question have, been muowu to ;exist for, many years, and also to be of good size. Therefo.-e, -x oi-iy remains for some company to Lost them to ,a depth, to .ascertain, the sizu and extent of the lodes. If thia' was dore and proved a success, it would not be long -before a busy ccniro would be formed. I have not luc .iliglitcst doubt that were that part .??f. the country' to get a fair deal, it would; not- stop, at; mica alone- ,to_ bsQp to sf'ndj it along. {.JFor .Mr., Pa vies says Jie »vas most favorably impressed with the dis trict from a mining point )f \iisv. There also exists silver, lead, stinui ierous and auriferous country, 'vnich ho- will immediately return to ind ex amine. To ,back all this up there is the, bigger copper deposits further. in- land, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fresh Air League. EUCHRE PARTY AND DANCE. A SUCCESSFUL EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

Fresh Air League. EUCHRE PARTY AND DANCE. A SUCCESSFUL EVENING. On Wednesday evening last the Coolgardie branch of the. Fresh Air League held a 'eachre party and dauce in the Town Hall, which proved in every way a great success. Great credit is due to the ladies for the excellent manner iu which they carried but (heir 'arduous tasks, and for the help rendered them by two or three of tho gentlemen. Seated around 38 taSles were a number of ardent euchre enthusiasts ' all out1' to gain the splendid prizes for the successful ones. L- the ladies' Miss N. Dunstan secured first. prize by winning the whole nine games, and Miss Bauds second with eight games. In the gents' Mes3rs. ?-yd. Smitheram and Thompson tied for first place with nine games, and in the play-off Mr. Thompson proved the lucky one, thus leaving Mr. Smitheram to be content with second honors. During the evening waltzing com petitions were held, which were very keenly -contested, with the -following results: — Best lady and g...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hard Work for which You Don't Get Paid. (In "Liverpool—Weekly Post.") [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

Hard Work for ywhieh You D©rs't Get' PaScS, (In ''Liverpool 'Weekly Post.') Aa 1 understand it, sport is hard' Wv!-rk for which you do not, get paid. If, for hire, you should consent, to go ' forth aud spend' eight hours a day slamming a large aud heavy Lammer ?'.t a marK, tuat would be manual ton, ana you would belpng to the union- and 'carry' a , card, and 'have political 'speeches made to you by. .persons out' 'for the Labor vote. But if you do this without pay, and keep it up for more than eight hours on a stretch, it then becomes sport of a very high order—and if you continue it for' a eonsideiable period of time, at more, or less, expense to yourself, you are eventually ^iyen a neat German-silver badge, costing a few' shillings, which you treasure devotedly ever after. A man who waits twinty-five miles a day for- a month without, getting anything for it — except, two lines on the sport ing page— .is a devotee of pedestrian isni, and theivny acquires gi-sat incrit among' 'his f...

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A 'Crimean Hero. TALES OF HORRORS IN THE TRENCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

A 'Crimean H@?o* TALES OF HOEROES IN . THE TRENCHES. - The last issue of 'the 'Lloyd's Weekly' contains the following: — Living quietly in one of a row of little cottages at Baiton, Bedfordshire, is James Brightman, one of those who j fought for England through some of the terrible days of the Crimean war. Briarhtman ia now seventy-six years. old. He was born at Barton in the year 1837. The little village of Barton lies on the roadside, seven miles out of Luton, on the Bedford road, and there the old man's father gefore him, and his mother as well, were born, and mar ried, and Jived their lives, the former reaching the good o.u age of ninety five. Brightman, who recently chatted j with a representative of 'Lloyd's News,' is still physically strong in ap pearance, but he has just recovered from a rather severe illmess, which has taken the color out of his laco. It has also left him serious 'reminders that the exposure in uhe trencnes at Sebas topol, the terrible wet and cold, and the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

'COAGIJLINE,' KLINX,' .'TEN-' AS1TINE' CemantB £o.r breakages, fflaii)_acturjng purgo|§% etg» ^ ^ -^ j

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